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Season's Beatings

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Season's Beatings

For the American Dad! episode, see Season's Beatings (American Dad!).

La bûche (English: Season's Beatings) is a French film directed by Danièle Thompson, released in 1999.


Following the recent death of her second husband, for Christmas, Yvette tries to meet the three daughters from her first marriage with Stanislas, the gypsy violinist, again. During the preparations, questions and revelations are well underway from Louba, the artist, Sonia, the middle child and Milla, the rebel.


  • Title : La bûche
  • Director : Danièle Thompson
  • Writer : Christopher Thompson and Danièle Thompson
  • Producer : Christine Gozlan
  • Production companies : Les films Alain Sarde, Studio Images 6, StudioCanal and TF1 Films Productions
  • Music : Michel Legrand
  • Photography : Robert Fraisse
  • Editing : Emmanuelle Castro
  • Design : Michèle Abbe-Vannier
  • Costumes : Elisabeth Tavernier
  • Sound : Jean-Pierre Duret
  • Country of origin : France
  • Format : Colour
  • Genre : Comedy
  • Length : 116 minutes
  • Release date : 24 November 1999 (France)


Awards and nominations

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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